Y-90: The Complete Course
Check out the Y90: The Complete Course brochure for detailed information.
Y-90: The Complete Course is back in San Francisco, January 2016
Build valuable relationships with 150 IRs and faculty experts who have particular focus in IO. Features motivated learners in an intimate environment, with hands-on training opportunities. Check out this album from the 2015 Y90 course.
Y-90: The Complete Course—Need to Know
- Not yet an Authorized User? This is an ideal opportunity to fulfill some of the requirements to qualify to apply for Authorized User (AU) status to ensure you are providing your patients the very best in oncologic and clinical care.
- Hone radioembolization techniques, learn about current algorithms and outcomes and benefit from a summary of the latest in Y-90 literature.
- If you are considering a focus in IO (one of the fastest-growing area in interventional radiology), Y-90: The Complete Course will provide practical insights and essentials to get you started.
For information contact Bethany Kohut, (703) 460-5588.
View the Y90 program.
Aravind Arepally, MD, FSIR
Robert J. Lewandowski, MD, FSIR
Daniel Sze, MD, PhD, FSIR
Matthew S. Johnson, MD, FSIR
Indiana University School of Medicine
Charles W. Nutting, DO, FSIR
Radiology Imaging Associates
Greenwood Village, Colo.
Riad Salem, MD, MBA, FSIR
Northwestern Memorial Hospital
Brian F. Stainken, MD, FSIR
This two and a half-day course, designed with lectures, panel discussions, case vignettes and hands-on workshops, will offer the most in-depth, comprehensive and challenging curriculum available for clinical teams interested in initiating, developing, or strengthening their practice in this exciting aspect of interventional oncology. New this year—Y-90: The Complete Course has been reformatted to include case presentations through the course, combining the lectures and elements included in previous Authorized User (AU) and Advanced Y-90 courses. New case scenarios and vignettes will highlight more complex topics, such as challenging anatomy, therapy for specific primary and secondary hepatic malignancies—including radioembolization in combination with other therapies, retreatment, post procedural care and follow up, and management of complications. The online prerequisite work and participation in this course incorporates the requisite training for official SIR validation, via completion certificate, of the IR attendee as qualified to apply for AU status for intra-arterial Y-90 in the treatment of hepatic malignancies.
Y-90: The Complete Course will provide focused educational opportunities for interventional radiologists and trainees interested in initiating, developing, or strengthening their practice in using intra-arterial Y-90 in the treatment of hepatic malignancies.
Upon completion of this course, the attendee should be able to:
- Discuss the current algorithms and outcomes for treatment of primary and secondary hepatic malignancies inclusive of surgical, medical and transarterial therapies and explore the ideal sequencing of radioembolization in those algorithms
- Describe advanced radioembolization techniques
- Describe best practice in Y-90 radiation safety and dose management
- Describe advanced radiation physics and various methods of calculation of dosimetry and how they vary between available platforms
- Explain advanced dosimetry and treatment concepts
- Identify therapies used in combination with radioembolization for hepatic malignancy
- Summarize a state-of-the-art literature review of Y-90 radioembolization
- Demonstrate hands-on advanced microcatheterization and embolization skills pertinent to device delivery
Hyatt Regency San Francisco
5 Embarcadero Center
San Francisco, CA 94111
To make hotel reservations online, please click here. To call for hotel reservations, please call (888) 421-1442 and reference “SIR Y90 Course” to get the meeting rate. The room rate is $289 single/double per night. The hotel reservation deadline is Friday, Dec. 11, 2015.
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